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12 Non Money In The Bank Matches That Stole The Show

Money in the Bank (MITB) started as a match before eventually getting its own PPV slot. I compare it to the Royal Rumble [1], as the winner of those matches gets a future title shot. The MITB briefcase has great odds for the holder [2], with only a handful of superstars failing to successfully cash in. Besides the ladder match where superstars will do anything to get their hands on the briefcase [3], there are plenty of other matches on the card. With MITB Ladder Matches starting to lose their appeal [4], the rest of the card needs to steal the show. Here are 12 non MITB Ladder Matches that stole the show.

2011 Singles Match for the World Heavyweight Championship: If Randy Orton was Disqualified or if there was Poor Officiating, Orton would lose the title. Christian Defeated Randy Orton via disqualification

2011 Singles Match for the WWE Championship: If Cena Did Not Retain the Title, he Would be Fired. CM Punk Defeated John Cena

2012 No Disqualification Match for the WWE Championship: AJ Lee was the Special Guest Referee: CM Punk Defeated Daniel Bryan

2013 WWE Championship: John Cena Defeated Mark Henry 

2014 Ladder match for the Vacant WWE World Heavyweight Championship: John Cena Defeated Alberto Del Rio, Bray Wyatt, Cesaro, Kane, Randy Orton, Roman Reigns and Sheamus

2014 Tag team Match for the WWE Tag Team Championship: The Usos (Jey Uso & Jimmy Uso) Defeated The Wyatt Family (Erick Rowan & Luke Harper)

2015 Champion vs. Champion Match: John Cena (U.S. Champion) Defeated Kevin Owens (NXT Champion)

2015 Ladder Match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship: Seth Rollins Defeated Dean Ambrose

2016 AJ Styles Defeated John Cena

2016 Singles Match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship: Seth Rollins Defeated Roman Reigns. Dean Ambrose Then Successfully Cashes in his MITB Briefcase

2018 Singles Match for the WWE Raw Women’s Championship: Ronda Rousey Defeated Nia Jax via disqualification. Alexa Bliss Then Successfully Cashes in her MITB Briefcase

2018 Last Man Standing Match for the WWE Championship: AJ Styles Defeated Shinsuke Nakamura